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Transportation Agency, RCMP among agencies with most missed targets in 2018-19, show late-tabled reports

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Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured last month after a Liberal cabinet meeting, tabled the most recent departmental performance reports, which typically come in the fall, in late February. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
By Samantha Wright Allen      

About 25 per cent of government programs tracked at the departmental level missed their performance targets in 2018-19, up slightly from about 24 per cent the year prior, with the Canadian Transportation Agency and the RCMP topping the list, according to the latest annual results reports.

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